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Membership

The EC consists of eight Board members. These include four renewable members of the Board and four additional members -- one rotating member each from developing and industrialized country governments and one rotating member each from industrialized countries and developing countries vaccine industry. The Chair of the Board is also the chair of the EC.

Agency Represented by
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Dr David Fleming, Director, Global Health Strategies
UNICEF Ms Ann Veneman, Executive Director [Chair]
Mr Kul Gautam, Deputy Executive Director
The World Bank Group Mr Paul D. Wolfowitz, President [ex officio member]
Dr Jean-Louis Sarbib, Senior Vice President, Human Development
WHO Dr Lee Jong-wook, Director-General [ex officio member]
Dr Joy Phumaphi, Assistant Director-General for Family and Community Health (FCH)
Bio-Manguinhos/Fiocruz, Brazil
Dr Akira Homma, Director
Merck Vaccines Dr Adel A. F. Mahmoud, President
Malawi
Dr Hetherwick Ntaba, Minister of Health
Norway Dr Sigrun Mogedal, Norad Senior Executive Adviser

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Who We Are

The Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI) is a coalition of global leaders in immunization including UN organizations, national governments, foundations, NGOs, and the pharmaceutical industry, formed in response to stagnating global immunization rates and widening disparities in vaccine access among industrialized and developing countries. Since 1999 the alliance has provided a mechanism for partners to collaborate more closely, agree upon common goals and strategies, and share a commitment to do more for immunization and to do it better.

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